Our strong suit is what we do, and our audience.
I've spent several years in Hollywood, and I still think the movie heroes are in the audience.
I am a real ham. I love an audience. I work better with an audience. I am dead, in fact, without one.
If it's a good movie, the sound could go off and the audience would still have a perfectly clear idea of what was going on.
I am a typed director. If I made Cinderella, the audience would immediately be looking for a body in the coach.
There are some who speak well and write badly. For the place and the audience warm them, and draw from their minds more than they think of without that warmth.
I began to work the stage and get the audience into it. I also learned how to have fun out there. It is something I will never forget.
I still get very scared when I step in front of a live audience.
The role of a comedian is to make the audience laugh, at a minimum of once every fifteen seconds.
I try to do something the audience might not have seen before. Like if I'm gonna kiss a girl I wanna kiss her like a girl has never been kissed. Like maybe I would kick her legs out from under her and catch her right before she hits the ground and then kiss her.
I try to bring the audience's own drama - tears and laughter they know about - to them.
I just feed off the energy of the audience.
I look at myself as an audience member. I still love movies, and I still go and sit in the back of the big dark room with everybody else, and I want the same thrill.
I actually think I have an audience member's sensibility about going to the movies.
Instinct taught me 20 years ago to pace a song or a concert performance. That translates into pacing a story, pleasing a reading audience.
I have no idea what the audience makes of me.
The producers felt that 24 would be good for the audience, to really get to know who these 12 and 12 are.
The 1990s, after the reign of terror of academic vandalism, will be a decade of restoration: restoration of meaning, value, beauty, pleasure, and emotion to art and restoration of art to its audience.
An actor really is a kind of intermediary between an audience and the piece, whether it's a play or movie.
As an actor you become that lighting rod between the person who made the play and the audience.
I'm always prepared for the worst. I was prepared to have the book come out, sell seven copies, and have to keep working in advertising, so it was just great that it was received so well and by such a huge audience.
I would really, really, really like to be a legend like Madonna. Madonna knows what to do next, and when she's performing, the audience is just in awe of her.
The appreciative smile, the chuckle, the soundless mirth, so important to the success of comedy, cannot be understood unless one sits among the audience and feels the warmth created by the quality of laughter that the audience takes home with it.
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